- exhibits and events
- Urban Threads Salon 1791
- Iya Alaro
- Up South
- We the People | Disrupting Silence
- The Journey
- Sheep & Wool Festival
- Fabric of Emancipation-Rokeby Museum
- The Global Black Experience in Harlem and Abroad
- The Continuum of Threads June 2017
- Chief Nike: An Odyssey Through the Years
- The Rhythmic Art of Thread-NYC Parks
- The Fabric of Emancipation
- Stitching on Governors Island
- Lesley Ware – Sew Fab
- contact us
1791 Lexington Avenue, Btw 111 and 112 Street, Storefront
New York, NY 10029
Urban Threads Salon 1791 (UT) is a curated fiber and needle arts gallery and creative space hosting residences, exhibits, workshops, and industry services.
Additionally, our creative store features the work of artists Alex Reynoso, Sahara Briscoe, Michael Cummings, Ife Felix, Oluwaseyi Awoyomi, and Pat Mabry.
Currently on view in the gallery is The Language of Needle Arts featuring textile art from artists from Jacksonville, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Nigeria, and New York.
Calendar of Events
August 1: #MantraMondays Book signing and conversation. Black Girls Sew: Projects and Patterns to Stitch and Make Your Own with Hekima Hapa and Lesley Ware. In person and streaming via Zoom. Register, buy your book and read more.
Through August 27th The Language of Needle Arts featuring artists from Jacksonville, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Nigeria, and New York – Thursday-Saturday12-8 | Sunday 12-6
July 7-10: Blackfly Designs from Kenya at Urban Threads – Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12-6 | Thursday 1-8
UT exclusive online store.